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New Fave Find Of The Week: R+Co Analog Cleansing Foam Conditioner

My curly hair can be very difficult to maintain at times, so I feel as thought I’m constantly looking for the miracle product that will get my locks looking hydrated, perfectly coiled and frizz-free.

At times, it has definitely felt as though a product like this might not exist, but NOT ANYMORE! I’ve found a product that works for my hair, regardless of the climate I’m in, and I couldn’t be more pleased.

The hair product company R+Co makes a product called Analog Cleansing Foam Conditioner, and it looks more like shaving cream than any kind of hair product I’ve seen before.

It comes out as a gel, but then foams (just like shaving cream!). Because of this unique formula, it’s super lightweight and doesn’t wear your hair down like a lot of conditioners tend to do.

I’ve tried this product in a super humid climate and in a dry climate, and it worked pretty well in both (very different) environments.

Because it’s made for under-hydrated hair, it does work better in a dry climate, but it held up well enough under the humidity to deserve a spot in my suitcase.

I’ll be taking this product with me wherever I go!

It comes in a full-size option (6 oz.) for $29, and in a travel size option (2 oz) for $18. The last time I traveled, I took the travel-friendly container with me, and it lasted for the entirety of my two week trip. Not bad, huh?

I’ve used this fresh out of the shower as well as on second or third day hair. If you dampen your hair and apply it, it can breathe a little bit of life back into your hair after it’s been slept on all night. I’m telling you— this is my version of a miracle product.

If you’ve got a curly mane like me, then I’d definitely recommend you try this out. If you’re anything like me, it’ll be totally worth it!

Want to find out what else we're traveling with this summer? Take a peek inside our beach bags!

--Labels and Lacquer girls

Images: randcohair/Instagram (2); Courtesy R+Co (1)

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